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Special Events in Sequoia National Park

Jazzaffair
Anyone who loves jazz music will want to make sure that Jazzaffair is on the calendar this year. Musicians perform in four different performance venues, all of which offer food and beverages throughout the festival. Tickets include access to all of the venues as well as shuttle service between venues and on site parking for motor homes.

Hidden Gardens of Three Rivers Tour
Enjoy six beautiful gardens in the Sierra Nevada foothills during the Hidden Gardens of Three Rivers Tour. This self-guided tour includes local cuisine samples, art demonstrations from local artisans, and music. Meet former Master Gardener Society Executive Members and well known local gardeners. All of the tour proceeds go forward to the Three Rivers Union School.

Family Picnic with Bathtub Race
One of the best ways to support charity around Sequoia National Park is to participate in the Family Picnic with Bathtub Race at Lake Kaweah. This is a gorgeous area to enjoy a picnic while viewing white sand, verdant hills, stunning wildflowers, granite boulders, and snow on the mountains. When you've finished eating, you and your team will work to convert a cast iron bathtub into a navigable "boat" that will float across the Kaweah Recreation Area lagoon. All of the team fees and donations received during the event go toward local charity.

Annual Redbud Arts and Crafts Festival
Are you looking for opportunities to support handmade artisans? You won't want to miss the Annual Redbud Arts and Crafts Festival. More than 50 artisans participate every year. In addition to a wide variety of handmade wares for sale, the event includes local musicians and foods. As the festival is well attended by the Three Rivers population and other local community populations, this is a great chance to network. Proceeds from the Redbud Festival go toward Arts Alliance of Three Rivers activities and the Lorraine Young Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Three Rivers
In Three Rivers, restaurants, artisans, and vendors have a town wide celebration on the first Saturday of each month. Festivities and promotions take place throughout the afternoon and early evening. Each month has a different theme for the decor, artwork, and food. For example, a fall theme might be oak trees. During 1st Saturday, some local artists choose to open their studios to the public for the day. This is a unique opportunity to get some insight into the minds, lives, and works of artists. Every month is different, which makes it well worth it to participate multiple times.


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